Perception Of Death

Author: Louise Anderson

There are some things in life better not known – some things that should be left where they rest…’Erin Paterson is a highly successful lawyer in Glasgow and a control-freak, ruthless negotiator and commitment-phobe.Erin’s family exist in a state of perpetual denial, so that when a secret from the past, so abominable and terrifying, slithers back to the surface, Erin is….Read More

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